My work is inspired by the challenges of walking in urban landscapes. I witness and negotiate the complicated system of pedestrian paths. Traffic signage informs the colors, geometry, and symbols. Physical interruptions in the walking experience add texture, dimension, and tonal variations in my re-creations of wayfinding strategies. This flag series replicates pedestrian navigation into fractured and fragmented compositions with pattern influences of crosswalks and the street grid. Directional cues alternate in the flag series to illustrate calamity of the urban environment. In opposition to a steel sign, the message of warning is communicated with greater humanity as the fiber surface offers protection and shelter like a familiar quilt. The flag installation atop the Lillstreet Art Center dramatizes the sense of icon displacement.